Photoshop Friday: Sunset Silhouette

I’m starting a new series, Photoshop Friday. In one way I miss my 365 Project and blogging on a more regular basis, and between picking just one photo per week it leaves me little room to experiment with Photoshop. So I’ll be choosing photos which I think I can improve with post production. So here is week one of Photoshop Friday.

Photoshop and Raw through Gimp

12 thoughts on “Photoshop Friday: Sunset Silhouette

    1. Thanks, I never adjusted anything in RAW before, although so many people say I’ll never go back, but I guess until I start printing a comparison I won’t be able to tell the difference. I did retain the oranges here though.

  1. Very nice indeed! Overexposure always occur when we try to increase the intensity of light which tries to enter the lens and we cant have precise control over it BUT that’s where the post-process comes in 🙂 Give Lightroom a go! you wont regret 🙂

    1. I had Lightroom on my desktop computer, that has been down for 2 months. Just didn’t have the time to sit for several hours on the learning curve on batching. But I know I need to get there. Thanks for the comment.

      1. Also, I definitely agree. Lightroom is the best once you get the hang of it! So much easier (and cheaper) than photoshop for regular photo processing like we do!

  2. Oooh. I like this! Photoshop Fridays are a great idea. If only I had the time! I’m loving this project52, it’s much more laid back but I’m proud of every photo that goes up. Anyway, great post processing! Love that you’re back 🙂

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